static weapon

static weapon

[′stad·ik ′wep·ən]
(ordnance)
A weapon which is used in place.
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Against a static weapon, the fastest way to get off-line of the attack is to move the attacker's weapon-bearing arm and your body in different directions simultaneously.
The pace of threat evolution continues to minimize the effectiveness of technologically static weapons systems.
- Tweaked: Bag weight for static weapons. It was too high for our maximum soldier load.
Since all armories are different, the solution has numerous security features and levels that range from static weapons monitoring to full RTLS with CCTV.
Jalussee Samuel, a crew chief assigned to the 71st Fighter Squadron, Langley Air Force Base, Va., eagerly watches her teammates as they perform a static weapons load.